Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Once again we plan to raise our glass to Annie!

As those busy days of summer begin to fill up your calendar, please save a day for us!

Your local historical society once again will hold our annual “Wine Gala and Annie Celebration” at the Versailles Winery.

On Friday, June 29, 2012 our friends, Mike & Carol Williams will once again host us at their beautiful winery on State Route 47 West. From 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. we will enjoy the wonderful outdoor patio and new room for the evening with outstanding entertainment, delicious food and of course the Winery’s amazing wines.

New this year, the winery has opened their kitchen. So while we will continue to offer gourmet cheese, meats, and wonderful European olives with our wine tastings, we have added a new treat. The chef will prepare assorted gourmet pizzas made especially in their kitchen for your sampling pleasure. To conclude the evening a fantastic layered cake will be served to celebrate Annie’s Birthday (a bit early), complete with a toast of the new, limited edition of Bullseye, their own wine designed to honor our own Miss Annie Oakley.

Tickets are limited and go on sale May 1st for $20.00 to members and $25.00 for non-members. Another new feature this year is special, reserved tables for you and your private group. These tables are available for 6 guests on the beautiful outdoor terrace, near the stage and are available at $200.00, or tables for 8 guests inside, near the pizza buffet for $250.00. Tickets may be reserved by calling 937-526-4271 or for individual tickets you may either call the above number or by stopping by our friends at Worch Memorial Public Library.

Please remember that all the proceeds from this grand evening are used by our Historical Society to continue the work of preserving our areas history through stories and our museum’s artifacts.

We hope we can once again count on our friends old and new to come and support our endeavors this year. Plan now to get a group of friends together and join us as we celebrate the beginning of summer and raise a glass to our own Annie Oakley!

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